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    Default [Product Review] Gadget Gang 7 Neo 3G : A 3G tab for Students and Corporates

    I know this is a gaming enthusiast forum, and all you guys care about is gaming but if any of you are looking for a 3G (which has built in 3G sim support) but gaming is not the only priority, then I would like to introduce to you Gadget Gang 7 Neo 3G. Its a 7 inch Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean Tablet PC with 3G and 2G sim support with calling options. Its more like a large smartphone. Detailed Specification:



    Basic Parameter
    Brand GadgetGang7
    Model GG7 Neo3G
    OS Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean (JB)
    CPU MTK 6577
    Core Model Dual Core ARM Cortex A9
    CPU Frequency 1 GHz
    GPU PowerVR SGX 531 Ultra GPU
    RAM 1 GB
    Storage 4 GB
    Display
    Screen Size 7"
    Resolution 1024 * 600
    Aspect Ratio 16 : 9
    Display Technology IPS TFT LCD
    Touch Interface Capacitive 5 Point touch
    Vertical Viewing Angle 85/85
    Horizontal Viewing Angle 85/85
    Connectivity
    WiFi 802.11b/g/n
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
    3G WCDMA
    3G Support UMTS/HSDPA850/1900/ 2100 MHz
    GSM/EDGE(850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz)
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    GPS Yes
    Accelerometer Censor Yes
    Ambient Light Censor Yes
    Proximity Censor Yes
    Vibration Motor Yes
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    Rear 8 MP Auto focus
    Front 0.3 MP
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    Microphone Built in
    Battery & Power
    Battery Capacity 4200mAh/3.7V
    Battery Type Li-ion Polymer Battery
    Battery life time 3G model: 6-7h, HD video play 9-10h
    DC Input 2.0mm DC in
    Headphone 3.5mm Headphone
    USB Micro USB
    SD Card TF card(up to 32GB)
    HDMI Jack TBD
    SIM Card 1 Slot
    Buttons
    Power Button Yes
    Volume Rocker Yes
    Dimension 194.5mm X 119mm X 10.9mm
    Weight About 350gm
    Package Content 1 X Tablet PC, 1 X Charger, 1X USB Cable

    The device has been designed for those who don't want to stay disconnected. Within Dhaka, enjoy high speed 3G. Once you are outside of 3G network coverage, the device automatically and seamlessly go to 2G mode. So, you are always connected and you can receive data in real time. Thus this device is perfect not only for you but also for your family and friends. Lets talk about the highlights of this device.

    The Good:
    Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean:
    You are getting Jelly Bean OS out of the box. Thus you don't have to worry about apps not running because of the OS.

    Dual Core Processor and 1 GB RAM:

    Since Neo 3G has a dual Cortex A9 1.2GHz processor (MTK6577), you are able to run CPU intensive apps with ease. The 1 GB RAM adds more fun to the device, since it lets apps run smoothly.

    8 MP auto-focus rear camera, VGA front camera:
    Many expensive Android tabs lack a rear camera. However, in Neo 3G, you get 8 Mega Pixel rear camera that also has Auto Focus, letting you take brilliant images. There is obviously a front facing VGA (0.3 MP) camera for you to video call and use Skype.

    4200 mAh of big battery:
    An unique aspect of this device is its battery. Its been fitted with 4200 mAh of Li-ion battery that is able to give you 8 hours of backup. I personally used the device and the backup is really impress. It survived a whole day on 4% charge with medium brightness.One of the best feature of this device in my opinion.

    Build Quality:
    Neo 3G has a good quality of plastic casing. The back is protected in a metal plating so that its more rugged and so that the internals are no damaged in case someone drops it.

    Touch Interface:
    The touch screen is smooth, fast responsive and is off high quality. You can experience the device at Gadget Gang 7's and see for yourself.

    The Bad:

    Every device is not perfect, and Gadget Gang 7's Neo 3G is imperfect as well.

    Battery makes the device bulky:
    As you might have guessed, the 4200 mAh of battery makes the device a bit bulky comparing with devices of lower backup, which use slimmer batteries.

    Sensor error because of carry case:
    The stock carry case that Gadget Gang 7 provides, covers the light sensor of the device. So when you make a phone call, the tab recognizes the device as "held to face" therefore the screen goes blank. However this issue is not present when used without a carry case. You have to make an hole on the carry case, so the sensor can work properly.

    4 GB Storage is not enough:
    Many apps crash when they are installed in SD card. So 4 GB of storage limits the number of widgets or system apps you can use.

    Weak GPU:
    PowerVR SGX 531 cannot handle some games, although it supports most common games. But still, not an enthusiast grade gaming device.


    Final Verdict:


    The best thing about Gadget Gang 7's Neo 3G is it doesn't pretend to be something else. It does not qualify to be an ultimate gaming device, but it was not designed for gaming. Its designed for those who want performance but also be able to use 3G. Therefore its a perfect companion for students and for professionals.

    If you want a Gadget Gang 7 Neo 3G visit here:
    www.gadgetgang7.com
    Last edited by Robin Rayhan; May 6th, 2013 at 22:32.

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    how about camera quality?

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    Price?

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    It'd be lot more helpful, if you add the price please.

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    @rrayhan77 did you used symphony t8. This tab has almost similar specification as t8. Between this two which would be better?. My friend want to buy a t8 for his study purpose and wifi download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arka karlos View Post
    @rrayhan77 did you used symphony t8. This tab has almost similar specification as t8. Between this two which would be better?. My friend want to buy a t8 for his study purpose and wifi download.
    T8 and other Symphony devices have sensor issues. Thats why I bought Walton Primo G1 instead of Symphony W70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrapmeth View Post
    It'd be lot more helpful, if you add the price please.
    Just visit the link.

    www.gadgetgang7.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    Price?

    Just visit the link.

    www.gadgetgang7.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrayhan77 View Post
    If it was an ad, I wouldn't have mentioned the problems. I would have said : "RuNzZz aLL HD gAmEz @ 2600p!"
    well ad toh chhagol ra banai na,chalak manush e banai,so one would never say this chinese tab runs games at that resolution unless he's a chhagol which you're not the admaker would know the limitations,and the limitations you mentioned here are somehow being backed up/lessened somewhat by you-like

    "Battery makes the device bulky: " here u said bulky but by that u meant its backup time is more

    "Sensor error because of carry case:" just do a hole,so its no issue at all.

    "4 GB Storage is not enough: by this u meant you should ad an sd card,so even more storage.


    "Weak GPU:" but u already cleared the name by saying its not a 'gaming' device.


    You probably arent going for an ad,i just showed how poor your justification was """If it was an ad, I wouldn't have mentioned the problems. I would have said : "RuNzZz aLL HD gAmEz @ 2600p!""""

    saying the above line doesnt make this thread look any less than an ad than it is.
    ami chhoto amake marbenna.-_- shob _ buira_gamer_

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    Rayhan Bro, do you own this GG7 tab because I thought you already own a Ainol Crystal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    Rayhan Bro, do you own this GG7 tab because I thought you already own a Ainol Crystal.
    He got the best job in the world . Testing tablet's & Its performance , he works in GG7 now. If you want to buy Android Tablet , just follow his advice .

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    Include some pictures taken with that camera, in low light, normal light and outdoors.

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    for a bd tab with mid specs .. i say its overpriced
    Last edited by Nirzhar Uchiha; May 6th, 2013 at 23:41.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nrzhr hh View Post
    for a bd tab with mid specs .. i say its overpriced
    +1 for that. It is way overpriced. When GG7 first informed the social community about their up coming Neo 3G, every one thought it would be priced near 10K to 11K considering its specs.

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    Way overpriced imo!
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    lol this tab actually has a good CPU even thou I hate the chipset and the GPU.

    How is this 'very overpriced' compared to the 'walton' and 'symphony' phones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    lol this tab actually has a good CPU even thou I hate the chipset and the GPU.

    How is this 'very overpriced' compared to the 'walton' and 'symphony' phones?
    why would anyone wanna compare 'tablet pc' with 'cellphone'??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    lol this tab actually has a good CPU even thou I hate the chipset and the GPU.

    How is this 'very overpriced' compared to the 'walton' and 'symphony' phones?
    Because Same spec (without 3G) Ainol Crystal was available for sale 13.7k, 6 months earlier. And Ainol is better than most chinese brands and better dev. support.

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    ^ true that. And some other branded (smart, color, techmart etc) tab with same config but 1.3/2mp camera can be found under 12k. With 1yr service warranty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoaib View Post
    Because Same spec (without 3G) Ainol Crystal was available for sale 13.7k, 6 months earlier. And Ainol is better than most chinese brands and better dev. support.
    Same processor? Can you gimme a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Same processor? Can you gimme a link?
    http://www.gadgetgang7.com/index.php.../78-products-3

    GG7 Neo 3G Tab
    Processor - 1GHz Dual Core ARM Cortex A9
    GPU - PowerVR SGX 531 Ultra

    Ainol Crystal -
    Processor - 1.5GHz Dual Core ARM Cortex A9
    GPU - Quad Core Mali 400

    AFAIK Mali 400>>SGX 531

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    This has Dual Core 1GHz Cortex A9 and PowerVR SGX 531 + 1 GB RAM. You guys are more than welcome to browse the market and find me a 3G tab better than this but cheaper than this. If you want hardcore performance, I would suggest Asus Nexus 7 3G version available at 36k.

    As of Crystal, its configuration is way better, however, it lacks 3G. Remember the Neo 3G was designed for on the go browsing. And portability is its main factor. It comes with Bluetooth and GPS too, which Crystal lacks. Therefore its more popular with Corporate executives. Because they don't need to much GPU and CPU, since normal office apps are not that hardware intensive. So there is no point in comparing it with crystal. Non 3G tabs are always cheaper but has better performance.

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